Wife of BN chief points to increased job opportunities and access to education for women.
Preacher comes up with a religious twist to International Women's Day.
According to a Grant Thornton report, number of women in these roles exceeds global average.
ADUN SPEAKS | We cannot reach 100pct of our potential if 50pct of the population cannot.
‘We need validation that our experiences with Islam don’t have to be the same as others.’
Party making inroads with some parts of the Malay community, but still has a long road ahead.
Even the 'progressives' are blanking out the voices of women.
LETTER | My faith makes me realise it is a privilege and honour to be a woman.
LETTER | Violence towards women happens all too frequently and there is a need for a safe environment for them.
We need to empower women, but this should be based on merit, not gender.
Online gossip sites are silencing critical voices.
Cuts to mammograms and HPV vaccination programmes from Budget follows downward trend, says Steven Sim.
'Is Najib trying to say that there are no women who can lead this council'.
Experts say it might work, but incorporating this idea will involve overhauling the electoral system.
A woman raised concerns over crime and security, but minister dared to hint she dressed seductively, adds Teo Nie Ching.
MP SPEAKS | The blueprint is a hollow document, lacks originality and substance, with no clear solution either.
Only a third of women and men prefer to see women stay at home, according to research done in 142 countries and territories.
Malaysian female hosts also earn over RM6,000 a year from hosting guests via the home-sharing platform.
The high-income nation ambition or the ‘numbers game’ has been our central economic discussion for the past seven years. Countless policies have been crafted for this endgame but the solution remains elusive.
Co-writer Yana Riza says future quizzes would tackle issues such as marriage, family and rape.
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